I'm a youthful 57 y.o. nonsmoker, light drinker, workout regularly. I take Norvasc and Atacand for hypertension. My wife & I have long enjoyed a robust sex life but over the last six months attaining and maintaining a full erection has become increasinging problematic. I'd like to get some feedback from "real folks" who have expirence with Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra and can advise me as to their preferences. Cialis sounds attractive because of the extended usefullness span - up to 36 hours from what I've read. Any comments are welcomed. Thanks! Chet B.
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Norvasc is in a class of drugs called calcium channel blockers. Norvasc relaxes (widens) the blood vessels (veins and arteries), making it easier for the heart to pump and reducing its workload. Norvasc is used to treat hypertension (high blood pressure) and to treat angina (chest pain).
Cialis wasn't very effective for me and an adequate dose of Viagra gave some of the worst headaches I've had in my life. For many this doesn't happy for some this side effect is so bad that very prospect of the headaches is a major turn off.
Chet I suggest you try them all and make your own decision. Levitra is smaller and easier to carry in your wallet you can also take it with food it also stays with you for 12 to 24 hours. Viagra soft tabs are really fast acting but are much larger in size and seems to work best when used on an empty stomach. Cialis is not as effective for me for me compared to the other two even in 20mg strength. I do not have any bothersome side effects from any of the three ED medicines. In respect to hardness of erection I would rate them in this order: Levitra, Viagra, and last Cialis!